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650 million people live without safe water.

M2.3 billion people don't have acess to adequate sanitation,one in three of the world's population.

Over 315,000 children die every year from diarrhoeal diseases caused by unsafe water and poor sanitation that's 900 children a day.

material-costs are, according to requirements,currently determined on site

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Word Aids Day 2015

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To mark the World Aids Day annually celebrated on the 1st Dec 2015, Living Green Cameroon in close collaboration with the Ministry of Public Health took yet again the front line to eliminate Stigma, Ignorance and Negligence targeting vulnerable groups within our respective communities and schools. Our program activities for this day began on the 23rd Nov 2015 till the 4th of Dec 2015. During this period LGC visited 6 schools; GTHS Kumba, Globical Kumba, GHS Kake, Presbyterian Youth Collage Fiango , GHS Mabanda, GHS Konye. The Health team; Bokwe Husten(LGC), Ntour David(LGC), Tabenyan Emma(LGC), Enoh Doris(LGC), and Ngoh Joy, Caroline Lima student nurses from the Kumba District hospital. Time spent with students in each school visited 2:30 minutes, during this time we also involved extra activities that will maintain the attention of students on the subject of the day, this include singing, Quist and open floor questionings where best participants were awarded LGC World aids day T-shirts, pens and exercise books including cash price for overall best participant . Health clubs where created in schools that don't already have one. LGC then setup a program with these schools to visit them from time to time and empower their health club to ensure they keep up the awareness program scheduled for once a week with the entire students. Promoting pees to pees conversation on HIV/AIDS related topics where we organized 2 student at a time to have an open conversation in front of the entire population as if they were just both of them sitting on a beach chair. Teaches where happy about our visits and equally the student. Anoun the schools we visited some were in rural areas, there we learned that HIV/AIDS Awareness/Prevention and the Rural community are distance apart. People in the rural area don't have access to information concerning HIV/AIDS as close to 85% if indigents have probably heard about HIV/AIDS but have never been sensitized on HIV/AIDS including students. Radio programs were organized twice, 5PM 23rd Nov and 5PM, 03rd Dec at Ocean City Radio Kumba and Lake Side Radio Kumba respectively. The LGC World Aids Day Project equally targeted and impact the online community via social medias where we engage our pears to take a photos of them holding a cardboard with a message on HIV/AIDS where they well subsequently share with other users over Fcebook, Tweeter Whatsapp, Viber etc and this took a chain from one user to another and it was amazing to see her more and more people turn up for this.

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Living Green Cameroon is looking for young men and women willing to put their time and talent at work. We offer volunteer opportunities from diverse areas and walks of life.